For the price these audio cables work fine. They only last for 6 months or so before you will have to replace it. I buy these audio cables often but have the same issue. The audio connection will start to drop.
For those of you that don't know - VGA, video - graphics - accelerator is video ONLY. I have one but figured out the video part works fine. For older computers you need a 3.5mm Male jack converted to rca jacks for audio. This 3.5mm Male jack plugs into your speaker output on your computer to your input jack on your T.V. This layout has worked great for me. Why they put A/V/ jacks on a VGA is confusing to me considering VGA is video only. Maybe with newer computers this is possible but I'm not going to spend $600.00 or more on a new computer to find out. I hope this helps those in need.
Finding audio cable in white, especially 50 ft, is almost impossible. So appreciated finding these on Overstock. They go from my receiver (which is getting sound from the TV) around a large living room with white floor boards to the opposite wall where they are plugged into a standard headset by the couch.....thereby making it very comfortable for my hard-of-hearing parent to hear the TV so much more clearly and at the level they need. Both TV and receiver sound can be adjusted separately. (SO much better than those clunky "TV Ears" advertised for people with hearing impairments.) The cord is tacked into place with white u-shaped tacks and looks great...almost invisible. The sound is clear and perfect.
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